Visit the roman germanic museum, Koln, Germany
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Roncalliplatz 4, 50667 Köln/Cologne
Telefon 0221-221/2 44 38 and 221/2 45 90
Fax 0221-221/2 40 30
Permanent exhibiton, inclusive special exhibitions:
€ 8,- / € 5,-
Tuesday till sunday, 10 - 17 o'clock, every first thursday in the month, 10 - 22 o'clock.
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